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Luqman Baehaqi is an Indonesian PhD student in the College of Education.
His research area concentrates on the development of academic skills of pre-service teachers of English through interdisciplinary-based multisensory approach in their writing classes. He includes the role of emotions, the neurological aesthetic experience, prosody, intonation and bodily movements in the textual interpretation and production. Baehaqi is a scholarship awardee of Ministry of Religious Affairs (MORA) of Indonesia. He accomplished his Master degree in 2010 and has been a lecturer of Academic Writing, Listening Comprehension, Grammar and Research Methodology in an Islamic-platformed university in Central Kalimantan since then. In addition to an English lecturer, he was the head of the university quality assurance office responsible in the educational quality practices. Most of his publications address foreign language pedagogy, EFL listening and writing, and educational issues in Indonesia.